Herb Gross, Keynote Speaker and Phil Mahler, Newsletter Editor

Barry Woods, Unity College

Carol Henry, Past President and Lucyann Zeller, NHTI

David Grinstein: Factor ax2 + bx + c !

Joe Heise presents on Making Math Real: A Bottom-Up Approach

Dave Henry (Bristol) presents on Project ACCCESS

Rogues Gallery of AMATYC Regional VPs: Phil Mahler, Jane Tanner (current), Jack Keating

Eiki Satake, Emerson College

Florence Chambers, Southern Maine

Kevin O'Brien. Pearson Education

Kathy Willis, Southern New Hampshire Universithy

Ophir Feldman talks about Origami

Dave Henry leads a session on what works in "Course Redesign"

Joseph Monthey talks about GeoGebra

Eike Satake, Emerson College

Carol Henry introduces Rebecca Metcalf

Jennifer Moore, HAWKES Learning

Magdalena Luca, Mass College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is introduced by Marsha Pease, Secretary

Kevin O'Brien, President Kehoe Moynihan, Susan McCourt

Roberta Kieronski, UNH-Manchester and former NEMATYC President

Jennifer Moore

The always popular Kevin O'Brien with Mary Kehoe Moynihan and Marie Caruso

Andre Freeman, Capital CC in Hartford, on Statway


Susan McCourt leads some great fundraising, Ruth Heath shares the fun

Mary Kehoe Moynihan, President, presents a gift to Cliff Martin

Plenary meeting with our Keynoter, Awards, and Door Prizes

NEMATYC's President presents the first Lois Martin Student Mathematics League Award to Quinsigamond faculty

Susan McCourt's fundraising pays off for Kerryn Snyder of Massasoit

Mary shows off the nicest raffle prize, a water color by Conference Chair Judy King

The renouned Herb Gross, Keynote Speaker

The Three Presidents: Carol Henry, Mary Kehoe Moynihan, Roberta Kieronski

The Middlesex Group - Abelian at that!

Dave Henry leads the presentations for the Student Mathematics League

The Executive Committee 2011-2012

Roberta Kieronski

Jim Sullivan, Northern Essex, on "New Life"

Rachel Olson of Mount Ida College

Phil Mahler sings the praises of Engineering Notation

In Memory of Lois Martin, Who did so Much for so Many
Cherished Colleague and Friend to so Many


The First Lois A. Martin Memorial Student Mathematics League Award